Closing my eyes and allowing my hand to draw of its own accord, I would run the pen around the page. Afterwards I would study the shape I had created and try to think of ways I could characterise it somehow.
…and now, things are flowing, more rapidly as each day goes by. I am now officially self employed, I have moved into a wonderful house on the edge of Dartmoor, the walls drip with inspiration (or damp, it is 300 years old).
My paper moon moves with me
Matching my speed
With interstellar accuracy
It was hot as hell and I had no idea what to do. I’d read books, blogs, forums but when presented with the reality of navigating myself around a world labelled with writing that appears to be made of flowers, I found myself at a loss.
I was petrified, but jumping into the darkness of the unknown is a surefire way to clarify any immediate problems you may have. Not that this method will solve them, it’ll just help you take a good look at what you’re capable of and what you should do with all your new found wonderfulness.